ÇIKMIŞ İNGİLİZCE SORU ÖRNEKLERİ

ÇIKMIŞ İNGİLİZCE SORU ÖRNEKLERİ



Passage 4.   Warm water freezes more quickly than cold. Sir Francis Bacon said that almost four hundred years ago. But few people believed him — till 1970. In that year Canadian scientist George Kell proved the English scholar was right. Dr. Kell filled an open pail with cold water. He filled another with warm water. He exposed both to the same low temperature. The warm water froze first. The lack-of covers on the pails was the secret. Some of the warm water changed to vapor. It evaporated into the air. This meant that less of the warm water was left to freeze-And so the warm water froze faster than the cold water — even though it had a greater temperature drop to make.   Mark the best  choice   1.   Sir Francis Bacon was __________.  





Passage 4.   Warm water freezes more quickly than cold. Sir Francis Bacon said that almost four hundred years ago. But few people believed him — till 1970. In that year Canadian scientist George Kell proved the English scholar was right. Dr. Kell filled an open pail with cold water. He filled another with warm water. He exposed both to the same low temperature. The warm water froze first. The lack-of covers on the pails was the secret. Some of the warm water changed to vapor. It evaporated into the air. This meant that less of the warm water was left to freeze-And so the warm water froze faster than the cold water — even though it had a greater temperature drop to make.   Mark the best  choice   2.   Most people didn't believe Bacon because warm water is __________.





Passage 4.   Warm water freezes more quickly than cold. Sir Francis Bacon said that almost four hundred years ago. But few people believed him — till 1970. In that year Canadian scientist George Kell proved the English scholar was right. Dr. Kell filled an open pail with cold water. He filled another with warm water. He exposed both to the same low temperature. The warm water froze first. The lack-of covers on the pails was the secret. Some of the warm water changed to vapor. It evaporated into the air. This meant that less of the warm water was left to freeze-And so the warm water froze faster than the cold water — even though it had a greater temperature drop to make.   Mark the best  choice   3.   Dr. Kell's pails were both __________.  





Passage 4.   Warm water freezes more quickly than cold. Sir Francis Bacon said that almost four hundred years ago. But few people believed him — till 1970. In that year Canadian scientist George Kell proved the English scholar was right. Dr. Kell filled an open pail with cold water. He filled another with warm water. He exposed both to the same low temperature. The warm water froze first. The lack-of covers on the pails was the secret. Some of the warm water changed to vapor. It evaporated into the air. This meant that less of the warm water was left to freeze-And so the warm water froze faster than the cold water — even though it had a greater temperature drop to make.   Mark the best  choice   4.   The second paragraph tells why __________.





Passage 4.   Warm water freezes more quickly than cold. Sir Francis Bacon said that almost four hundred years ago. But few people believed him — till 1970. In that year Canadian scientist George Kell proved the English scholar was right. Dr. Kell filled an open pail with cold water. He filled another with warm water. He exposed both to the same low temperature. The warm water froze first. The lack-of covers on the pails was the secret. Some of the warm water changed to vapor. It evaporated into the air. This meant that less of the warm water was left to freeze-And so the warm water froze faster than the cold water — even though it had a greater temperature drop to make.   Mark the best  choice   5.   No water vapor would have escaped into the air if the pails had been __________.





Passage 4.   Warm water freezes more quickly than cold. Sir Francis Bacon said that almost four hundred years ago. But few people believed him — till 1970. In that year Canadian scientist George Kell proved the English scholar was right. Dr. Kell filled an open pail with cold water. He filled another with warm water. He exposed both to the same low temperature. The warm water froze first. The lack-of covers on the pails was the secret. Some of the warm water changed to vapor. It evaporated into the air. This meant that less of the warm water was left to freeze-And so the warm water froze faster than the cold water — even though it had a greater temperature drop to make.   Mark the best  choice   6.   The cold water froze more slowly because __________.  





Passage 4.   Warm water freezes more quickly than cold. Sir Francis Bacon said that almost four hundred years ago. But few people believed him — till 1970. In that year Canadian scientist George Kell proved the English scholar was right. Dr. Kell filled an open pail with cold water. He filled another with warm water. He exposed both to the same low temperature. The warm water froze first. The lack-of covers on the pails was the secret. Some of the warm water changed to vapor. It evaporated into the air. This meant that less of the warm water was left to freeze-And so the warm water froze faster than the cold water — even though it had a greater temperature drop to make.   Mark the best  choice     7.   When the water was frozen, one of the pails must have had __________.







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